Close to 300L of a chemical bonding and sealing agent has been offloaded in the cyclone-smashed town as fears grow over the mountains of asbestos strewn across the area.
More than 30 people have been arrested this week, but the district’s top cop says there has not been any looting.
Elise Van Aken & Kate Campbell
Final designs for the world’s biggest natural marine observatory at the end of the Busselton Jetty were revealed last night.
It was once said Australia rode on the sheep’s back — but no one ever said shearing was easy.
Former chief scientist Alan Finkel says Australia must get to net zero emissions as soon as possible, laying down a pathway to reach the target by 2050.
Shearing has profoundly shaped Australia, but how much do you know about the shearers that make up today’s industry?
The captain of a bulk carrier off the Pilbara coast has become the second person on the ship to be infected with COVID-19.
He has spent years behind its walls and today WA’s most infamous bikie Troy Mercanti was back at Casuarina Prison — but for a different reason.
Wesfarmers’ decision to close the Target Country in Narrogin was a blow to the community. Now, questions linger as to who replaces it.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says authorities are still investigating the death of a NSW woman who developed blood clots after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.
Tiffanie Turnbull and Michael Ramsey
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has been cleared of wrongdoing in an integrity ruling over her private email use.
Jessica Marszalek, Domanii Cameron
The Shire of Denmark will protect native bushland by supporting the WA Forest Alliance.
A “prolific” shoplifter who went on a tap-and-go spending spree in Wagin, Narrogin and Pingelly has been sentenced to 15 months behind bars and ordered to pay more than $2500.
Historically, Labor power players have brokered deals over special fried rice and some sweet-and-sour pork, but now they have a new spot for discussing meaty matters.
James Morrow, Mark Morri and Anna Caldwell
A 46-year-old police officer from the Southern Region has been charged with two counts of stalking.
Tourism and hospitality operators are begging for workers, with one body predicting the industry needs to fill 7000 vacant jobs before a bumper dry season.
Albany Swim Club member Emmanuel Sandino returned with three gold medals from the 2021 Masters Swimming WA Short Course State Championships in Mandurah last month
The cost of Cyclone Seroja has been estimated to be as much as $200 million after authorities counted 660 damaged properties in the Mid West, including dozens of unlivable homes.
Peter Law & Sarah Steger
Albany Town Hall’s surprising history will be revealed in a short, comedic play set to be brought to the stage by Chinjannup, a newly formed group of young Noongar performers.
The new GR Yaris Rallye stands with some of the most sensational affordable performance cars ever built.
A Mid West man accused of paying to see children being abused live on camera from his Geraldton home is behind bars, charged with almost 70 child abuse offences.
French President Emmanuel Macron has inspected work to restore Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris two years after flames ripped through the building.
Key recommendation of a royal commission from 30 years ago around the issue of public drunkenness changed in all states except one.
Pingelly’s Tom Blechynden says it will be a boyhood dream to run out on his home ground in a WAFL premiership season match with South Fremantle this Saturday
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